Business Priority

Technology Transfer from Science to Business: How to Manage Growth Dynamics

02 Jun , 10:00–11:15
Business Priority Programme
Discussion session
Pavilion H, Business Priority Zone

In the modern economy universities that combine competencies in the areas of research, education and knowledge commercialization can serve as a starting point for assembling long cooperative chains for the competitive technologies implementation and the high-tech enterprises emergence and thereby influence economic growth. How to assess the technology transfer contribution to the economy development and identify indicators that can be benchmarks of its effectiveness? The session participants are representatives of universities, high-tech companies, development institutes and regulatory authorities that will discuss the technology transfer market current state and potential as well as mechanisms can be used to stimulate its growth.

Discussion topics:
— technology transfer development indicators and tools at the macro and micro levels: what is important to monitor and what can be managed?
— how to assess the universities readiness for technology transfer?
— tools for increasing the business processes maturity aimed at commercializing the intellectual activity results in universities and scientific organizations;
— innovation and technology centers as a mechanism for synchronizing the science, education and business efforts to create a harmonious technology transfer ecosystem;
— how are the innovative development programs of companies with state participation effective as a mechanism for ensuring sustainable demand for scientific results?
— what is the role of small and medium-sized high-tech companies in the cooperative chain of implementing competitive technologies?

Anastasia Pavlenko, Deputy Executive Director - Director for Strategic Partnerships of the National Intellectual Development Foundation»

Anatoly Valetov, head of the Moscow Innovation Cluster Foundation»
Vladimir Vasiliev, Rector, ITMO University
Nikolay Lubimov, Governor of Ryazan Region
Aleksey Filimonov, Executive Director of the National Association for Technology Transfer
Oleg Fomichev, chairman of the Management Board of the Association of Fast-Growing Technology Companies, Director for Strategic Planning and Development of JSC " Complexprom»

First-row experts
Vadim Medvedev, Director of the Department of Innovation and Advanced Research of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation
Elena Rakhimova, head of the Project Office of the State Corporation "Rostec" for integration into national projects
Alexander Cherstvov, Deputy Chairman of the Management Board of MSP Bank